Paul Johnson speaks about encountering God: When it gets weird. Paul explores the different signs of God's power as seen in the Bible and throughout church history.
David Robertson responding to the Richard Dawkins Book the God Delusion at our recent event - outstanding session with 45 minutes of live question and answer!
One of Jesus's; primary focuses was the poor. Reaching those who are disadvantaged in any way is a key calling on the church today. But how do we do it? And how do we continue to reach out when the need seems so overwhelming? A key message for King's Arms!
This outstanding talk is a must-hear for every believer and every leader! From the Leadership Conference, 2007.
Nick & Penny Sharp our guest speakers for the weekend share openly and honestly about their story of faith and how they went from having no contact with church and no belief in God to leading a church in the tough city of Nottingham.
Nick Sharp second session from the saturday morning on how we can receive and give encouragement and how this is the basis for all prophecy. An outstanding session with some wise advise for helping those who suffer from discouragement (particularly when it's your partner) from Penny!
One of the most powerful principles in God's economy is that of honour. 5th in the list of commandments, mentioned by Jesus and recorded in all 4 gospels. But do we understand how powerful honour is? And what is the effect of the lack of honour? Most people don't understand how honour affects them - Simon Holley unpacks this key biblical teaching.
Nick Sharp shares how encouragement is such a key part of the Christian life and how we need to excel in giving and receiving it.
Sunday, February 24, 2008
Wendy unpacks the secrets of a pride free live in the next in our series What Jesus Said About...
Sunday, February 17, 2008
Simon Holley tackles some of the tricky passages regarding men and women in this second part of this mini series. If you can, listen to part 1 first. You can also download the 2 papers written by Simon Holley & Kirstie Cook on this subject.